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Hi there 👋, I am Natraj

I work in the Power Platform

I am originally from India, but I currently live in Melbourne, Australia 🦘. I am a walking stereotype of a typical Indian - I studied non-CS Engineering, but I currently work in the Tech industry. I started out as a Excel VBA Developer, and I encountered Dynamics CRM (as it was known back then) by accident on an internal project. Ever since, I have continued to work in the Dynamics 365/Power Platform ecosystem. Over the past few years, I have also been focussing on Microsoft Azure, as there are more and more projects that need both Azure and Power Platform skills. I love getting out of my comfort zone and explore something new, failing, keep failing and eventually learn it. I remember random useless facts and big fan of aviation 🛫.


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  1. Chrome, Edge Chromium and Firefox Extension for Dynamics CRM/365/Power Apps Power users

    TypeScript 119 34

  2. Convert Personal View to System View from Advanced Find.

    JavaScript 11

  3. XrmToolBox tool to export all records from a view

    C# 5 9

  4. Sample repo to illustrate the use of puppeteer with Dynamics 365

    JavaScript 4

  5. View and manage recently viewed items for all users

    C# 1

  6. A plugin for XrmToolBox that helps you look through the solution import log

    C# 1

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